Flash back to the first time Porcello competed for a spot in a crowded Tiger rotation.
The 2013 Tigers will be heavy, slow, and probably bad at baserunning. How much will it hurt them?
Ben and Sam preview the Tigers’ season with Paul Sporer, and Pete talks to MLB.com Tigers beat writer Jason Beck (at 17:49).
A series that wasn’t close ended with a game that wasn’t close. The Tigers get a long break before the World Series, and the Yankees get a long offseason.
Ian finds his postseason press pass takes him places he never expected to go.
A look at the methods and origins of the Yankees’ and Tigers’ success
The Yankees offense is waiting for the fever to break, while Detroit is halfway to the World Series.
Two preseason favorites match up, but there are plenty of surprises about how they got there. Undoubtedly, there are surprises to come.
What do MLB front office types think of the Trout-or-Cabrera MVP debate?
Look at the A’s record. Now look at the Tigers record. Now read this.
Ben and Sam discuss the Tigers’ predictably bad defense and the unpredictably bad Brandon Wood.
Ben and Sam discuss Austin Jackson’s excellent catch, whether he’s the best defensive center fielder in baseball, and whether it’s even possible to decide one way or another, then dissect Seattle’s eight-game winning streak to see if it’s the start of something good or a fluke that will soon be forgotten.
The next hard-throwing right-handed Tigers reliever has made great strides this season and isn’t far from Detroit.